Windows Server 2003 Question

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by Doc, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. Doc

    Doc Network Guru Member

    Well, since this forum is meant for any kind of networking question, then here it goes :)

    I've recently installed Windows 2003 Server in one of my computers, to run the domain and become the router for my internet connection.

    No problems at all running NAT and DHCP and DNS services. I was just wondering how you can specify which machines have access to the Internet. Better still, is there a way of setting things up so that only propely logged-on users to the Domain can have access to the Net?

    Sorry. probably a arther simple one, but I'm not very good at this ;)

  2. Nakarti

    Nakarti Network Guru Member

    and Yes.
    I'm pretty sure. Can't come up with a proper Google for it and I don't have a copy of Win2k3 handy(Pirate!) but it's somewhere in either Active Directory Sites and Services or Active Directory Users and Computers
    If you don't recognize either of those you shouldn't be administering a Windows domain.
  3. Doc

    Doc Network Guru Member

    Thanks for your help,.

    Oh, and let me be the judge of what I can and can't do with my computers in my domain, thanks.
  4. bhupi

    bhupi Network Guru Member


    Hi what's the problem on win2003
  5. digitaltpt

    digitaltpt Network Guru Member

    Re: Hi....

    What problem?
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